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Lifestyle and health care tips from Health Force of Georgia.
We remember those we love on Valentines’ Day. Sometimes the best way to show your love takes more than more than a box of chocolates or a flower arrangement. Sometimes the best Valentine’s gift is you…but, what if you can’t be there?
Narissa Hodge has been chosen as Health Force of Georgia’s Star of the Month for January 2020. Narissa is hardworking, dedicated, and brings a positive attitude. She is always ready to go the extra mile.
During the 2019 Holiday season, the office schedule for Health Force of Georgia is as follows:
Dec. 24th Christmas Eve:
Closed at noon
Dec. 25th Christmas:
Dec. 31st New Year’s Eve:
Closed at noon
Jan. 1st New Year’s Day:
We can still be reached 24/7 by calling the office number and leaving a message with the answering service: 770-458-8500.
Health Force of Georgia would like to recognize Sonia Campbell as our December Star of the Month. Sonia Campbell started with Health Force of Georgia 12 years ago as an LPN and became an RN during her employment here. Sonia provides home infusion therapy for many clients.
The holidays are the time to gather, celebrate, and plan the care for your loved ones. How can you help if you live far away? Stop feeling guilty or worrying about the care your loved one needs. Health Force of Georgia fills the gaps in care so that your family member can remain in their home. Gift Cards from Health Force of Georgia are a great gift for when you cannot be there or to give respite to daily caregivers when they need a break.
To serve our country is one of the greatest honors ever. Let us remember that not all who served made it home and many who made it home need to be served. Health Force of Georgia is honored to serve our veterans.
Health Force of Georgia would like to recognize Shequita Evans as November Star of the Month. Shequita started in February 2019 in the newly created office position of “Medical Support Assistant”.
Doug Martin is Health Force of Georgia’s Star of the Month for September. Doug is a valued member of our Health Force team and provides exceptional services to one of our clients since his return including helping with her dogs.
Alzheimer’s disease is an epidemic. Here are some of the facts from the national Alzheimer’s Association:
- Every 65 seconds someone develops Alzheimer’s Disease in the United States
- More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s
- One in 3 seniors dies from Alzheimer’s or another dementia
What Can You Do?
You can help the Alzheimer’s Association by sponsoring a participant or becoming a walker for the 2 to 3-mile event.